The IRS Warns of a New Rendition of an Old Tax Scam

As the IRS has worked to increase awareness among taxpayers about tax-related identity crimes, fraudsters have devised a new tax scam designed to outwit a more […]
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How Tax Reform Affects Taxable Fringe Benefits

The passage of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“Act”) on December 22, 2017 has brought the most significant change to the Internal Revenue Code […]
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Regulating Donor Advised Funds

Donor advised funds have certainly been a growing controversial area of tax law for many years. In late 2017, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) announced that […]
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March and April 2018 SALT Shaker

In this edition of the SALT SHAKER, we cover important State and Local Tax updates from New York, Texas, Georgia, Indiana, Ohio, Connecticut and Pennsylvania for […]
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National Taxpayer Advocate Report: Tax Implementation and New Purple Book

In January, 2018 National Taxpayer Advocate (“NTA”), Nina E. Olson, released the 2017 Annual Report to Congress (“Report”). Internal Revenue Code (“IRC”) §7803(c)(2)(B)(iii) requires the NTA […]
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New Property Tax Valuations Under the “Dark Store” Theory

The rise of e-Commerce and the general consumers breakaway from physical on-site shopping is unsurprisingly having a negative impact on commercial retail real estate.  Since 2008, […]
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Economic Nexus: Trends in State Taxation

In light of recent chatter about the proposed revamping of the federal income tax law, the issue of state taxation – including income, franchise and sales […]
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IRS Issues Revenue Procedure for Retroactive Relief Requests

In January of 2018, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) Tax-Exempt and Government Entities Division (“TE/GE”) issued Revenue Procedure 2018-5, which provided guidance with respect to an […]
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Tax Accounting and Investing for the Legal Marijuana Industry

The excitement over the legal marijuana industry is building all over the U.S., as states continue to follow Colorado and California in legalizing both medical and […]
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IRS SCAMS: 2018 “DIRTY DOZEN TAX SCAMS” RELEASED

The Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) recently released its annual list of “Dirty Dozen” tax scams for the upcoming filing season. The majority of the IRS scams […]
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